Tsingy de Bemaraha Reserve
The UNESCO World Heritage-listed Tsingy de Bemaraha reserve cast an almost immediate image of Madagascar, along with its lemurs with its impressive size and magnitude of its mineral stone forest created when the limestone seabed rose to create a plateau around 200 million years ago, which was little by little eroded by heavy rainfalls until it became its actual shape, karstic plateaus where groundwater has undercut the elevated uplands, gouging caverns and fissures into the limestone.
Why Tsingy de Bemaraha?
The Tsingy de Bemaraha evokes a sense of mystery and no visit is complete without a hike to witness the surreal landscape play out in its full glory. From the Petit Tsingy to the Grand Tsingy, the experience is a sense of wonderment and discovery where you can learn about its unique creation, witnessing some of the most hardy and adaptable wildlife that lives in the area. A visit of the Tsingy de Bemaraha combines excellently with Morondava and the Avenues of Baobabs creating a visual journey beyond imagination.